And here I thought it was going to be easy. Sit down with the computer, print out a few documents, slide them into the binders and be ready to go. After all, I packed the suitcase yesterday.
But then I started remembering a few things:
- to go to Australia you have to have a visa – applied for a VISA on line. Check
- to climb the Bridge in Sydney you have to buy a ticket. Checked on-line. Only one slot left at the time I wanted. Bought ticket. Check
- Reviewed all the Air Reservations – oh – flying Air Canada, not Lufthansa. go to web and check seats. Ok – have seat, add passport information.
- Create document with contact information for friends in Calgary (check) – while I am at it, add in everyone else along the line so I have the information in case the phone isn’t charged.
- Gee – wouldn’t it be nice to have a few patterns printed as back-ups? (check)
- Oh, and I need SetSail/Express passes for at least the first leg of each cruise line. (long break on line to do everything about three times till it takes)
- Oh – and there are vouchers for the Canadian trip which have to be printed.
At the end of the day I have a notebook full of documents.
Labor day? What’s Labor Day?